Configuring Wi-Fi Calling on Mobile Devices

This article outlines steps to configure Wi-Fi calling features on popular mobile device platforms.  Wi-Fi calling ensures adequate network coverage to make and receive calls in buildings that lack cellular network signal.  It's important that the mobile device is connected to a campus Wi-Fi network when setting up or using Wi-Fi calling.  

Connecting to Wi-Fi

If you haven't already done so, you will need to configure your mobile device to connect to the campus Wi-Fi network to utilize this feature while on campus.  For instructions on how to connect your mobile device to a campus Wi-Fi network, please visit one of these pages:

Apple
Android (and Chrome OS)

Instructions to Enable Wi-Fi Calling

Apple Device

  1. Navigate to Settings, then Phone, then Wi-Fi Calling.  
  2. Turn on the Wi-Fi Calling feature
  3. Links to support documentation can be found on the Apple Website.

Android and Chromebook Device

  1. If your device supports Wi-Fi calling, options to enable this feature will be found in Settings, then Connections.  Android devices vary based on manufacturer and carrier, so it's recommended that you consult your carrier's documentation on how to enable this feature if it's not readily found under Settings.
  2. Links to support documentation from standard carriers can be found here:
    1. AT&T
    2. Verizon Wireless
    3. T-Mobile
    4. Sprint
    5. Google Fi

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Article ID: 60812
Created
Mon 8/20/18 4:12 PM
Modified
Thu 5/9/19 11:04 AM